Thomas Taylor

(before 3 April 1864 - )
     Thomas Taylor was born before 3 April 1864 in Stokesley, Yorkshire. He was the son of John Taylor and Elizabeth Postgate. Thomas was recorded in the census of 2 April 1871 living in West Row, Stokesley, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Thomas Taylor, son of John Taylor, age 7, scholar, born in Stokesley, Yorkshire. Thomas was recorded in the census of 3 April 1881 living in West Row, Stokesley. He was enumerated as Thomas Taylor, son of John Taylor, age 17, painter, born in Stokesley, Yorkshire.

William Taylor

(31 March 1822 - 14 November 1900)
     William Taylor was christened on 31 March 1822 in Parish Church, Stokesley, Yorkshire. He was the son of James Taylor and Mary Ann Tweddell. William Taylor was a linen draper on 7 October 1846. He married Mary Agnes Benson, daughter of Robert Benson and Jane (?), on 7 October 1846 in Parish Church, Hexham, Northumberland. William Taylor was the official informant of the death of Mary Ann Taylor on 3 September 1849 in Stokesley, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 30 March 1851 living in Stokesley. He was enumerated as William Taylor, head of household, married, age 29, retired draper, born in Stokesley, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 7 April 1861 living in Stokesley. He was enumerated as William Taylor, head of household, married, age 39, drapers assistant, born in Stokesley, Yorkshire. He was the official informant of the death of John Boyes Tweddell on 26 May 1868 in Stokesley. William was recorded in the census of 2 April 1871 living in High Street South, Stokesley, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as William Taylor, head of household, married, age 49, draper, born in Stokesley, Yorkshire. He was a bailiff on 29 December 1879. He was a draper on 1 May 1880. William was recorded in the census of 3 April 1881 living in Back Lane, Stokesley, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as William Taylor, head of household, married, age 59, county court bailiff, born in Stokesley, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 5 April 1891 living in Back Lane, Stokesley. He was enumerated as William Taylor, head of household, married, age 69, county court bailiff, employed, born in Stokesley, Yorkshire. He was a County Court Bailiff on 14 July 1898. He left a will on 17 March 1900 in Stokesley; Son William Richard Taylor and Solicitor William Lowther Garrick Executors and Trustees.
-Main beneficiary daughter Jane Taylor. He died on 14 November 1900 in Stokesley at age 78. William died of heart disease, bronchitis & dropsy.

Children of William Taylor and Mary Agnes Benson

William Frederick Taylor

(7 November 1874 - )
     William Frederick Taylor was born on 7 November 1874 in Denmark Street, Watford, Hertfordshire. He was the son of William Richard Taylor and Elizabeth Emma Haywood. William was recorded in the census of 3 April 1881 living in Nascot Street, Watford, Hertfordshire. He was enumerated as William Taylor, son of William Taylor, age 6, scholar, born in Watford, Hertfordshire.

William Richard Taylor

(19 July 1847 - )
     William Richard Taylor was born on 19 July 1847 in Stokesley, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Taylor and Mary Agnes Benson. William Richard Taylor was christened on 14 August 1847 in Parish Church, Stokesley, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 30 March 1851 living in Stokesley. He was enumerated as William R Taylor, son of William Taylor, age 3, born in Stokesley, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 7 April 1861 living in Stokesley. He was enumerated as William R Taylor, son of William Taylor, age 13, drapers assistant's son, born in Stokesley, Yorkshire. He lived in Watford, Hertfordshire, on 20 December 1873. He married Elizabeth Emma Haywood, daughter of Charles Haywood and Elizabeth Emma Poulton, on 20 December 1873 in Parish Church, Watford, Hertfordshire. William Richard Taylor was a railway clerk on 7 November 1874. He was a china manufacturers clerk on 20 November 1880. William was recorded in the census of 3 April 1881 living in Nascot Street, Watford, Hertfordshire. He was enumerated as William Taylor, head of household, married, age 23, clerk commercial, born in Stokesley, Yorkshire. He was nominated as Executor of the Will of William Taylor on 17 March 1900; Son William Richard Taylor and Solicitor William Lowther Garrick Executors and Trustees.
-Main beneficiary daughter Jane Taylor. William was recorded in the census of 31 March 1901 living in 27 Liddle Street, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. He was enumerated as William R Taylor, head of household, married, age 53, clerk, worker, born in Stokesley, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in 27 Liddle Street, Stoke-on-Trent. He was enumerated as William Rd Taylor, head of household, age 63, married 37 years, 5 children 4 still living 1 who has died, book keeper, unemployed, worker, born in Stokesley, Yorkshire, British subject.

Children of William Richard Taylor and Elizabeth Emma Haywood

Mary Elizabeth Tennant

     Mary Elizabeth Tennant married Thomas Stock on 7 April 1772. As of 7 April 1772 her married name was Stock.

Children of Mary Elizabeth Tennant and Thomas Stock

Esther Terry

     As of 1922 her married name was Outhwaite. Esther Terry married Bertie Outhwaite, son of Thomas Outhwaite and Annie Turner, circa February 1923.

Child of Esther Terry and Bertie Outhwaite

Ann Thomas

(before 4 April 1828 - )
     Ann Thomas was born before 4 April 1828 in East Williamston, Pembrokeshire, Wales. She was the daughter of Henry Thomas. Ann Thomas lived in Jeffreston, Pembrokeshire, Wales, on 1 October 1854. She married William Penney Hall, son of Henry Braham Hall and Phoebe Penney, on 1 October 1854 in Parish Church, Jeffreston, Pembrokeshire, Wales. As of 1 October 1854 her married name was Hall. Ann was recorded in the census of 3 April 1881 living in Jeffreston. She was enumerated as Anne Hall, wife of William P Hall, married, age 53, grocer and farmer wife, born in East Williamston, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Ann was recorded in the census of 5 April 1891 living in 4 Jeffreston Road, Jeffreston, Pembrokeshire, Wales. She was enumerated as Ann Hall, wife of William Pen Hall, married, age 64, employed, born in East Williamston, Pembrokeshire, English spoken.

Children of Ann Thomas and William Penney Hall

Henry Thomas

     Henry Thomas was a farmer.

Child of Henry Thomas

Christopher Thompson

( - before 22 November 1904)
     Christopher Thompson was a farmer. He died before 22 November 1904.

Child of Christopher Thompson

David Thompson

     David Thompson was a contractor on 20 August 1906. David was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in Rainton House, Ormesby, Middlesbrough, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as David Thompson, father of Julian Thompson, age 70, married, retired forge labour contractor, connected with iron manufacturers, worker, at home, born in Sandhutton, Thirsk, Yorkshire.

Child of David Thompson

Edwin Christopher Thompson

(circa November 1905 - )
     Edwin Christopher Thompson was born circa November 1905 in Darlington, Co Durham. He was the son of Thomas Thompson and Ethel May Lupton. Edwin was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in 26 Oxford Street, Darlington, Co Durham. He was enumerated as Edwin Thompson, son of Thomas Thompson, age 5, born in Darlington, Co Durham.

Helena Mary Thompson

(26 November 1911 - 26 March 1913)
     Helena Mary Thompson was born on 26 November 1911 in Rainton House, Ormesby, Middlesbrough, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Julian Thompson and Emily Frances Kay. Helena Mary Thompson was christened on 11 January 1912 in Ormesby Parish Church, Middlesbrough; (Ormesby Parish Magazine dated 16/1/1912 reported baptism). She lived in 10 Durham Road, Sidcup, Kent, on 26 March 1913. She died on 26 March 1913 in Sidcup Cottage Hospital, Foots Cray, Sidcup, Kent, at age 1. Helena died of tubercular peritonitis operation.

Julian Thompson

(before 21 August 1882 - 15 December 1959)
     Julian Thompson was a ships draughtsman / naval architect / marine surveyor. He was born before 21 August 1882. He was the son of David Thompson. Julian Thompson lived in Kirk Levington, Yorkshire, on 20 August 1906. He married Emily Frances Kay, daughter of William Kay and Helena Frances Jennings, on 20 August 1906 in St James Parish Church, Baldersby, Yorkshire. Julian Thompson lived in Rainton House, Ormesby, Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, on 1 August 1907. Julian was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in Rainton House, Middlesbrough. He was enumerated as Julian Thompson, head of household, age 29, married, ship draughtsman, worker, at home, born in Bradford, Yorkshire. He lived in 10 Durham Road, Sidcup, Kent, on 26 March 1913. He was the official informant of the death of Helena Mary Thompson on 26 March 1913 in Sidcup Cottage Hospital, Foots Cray, Sidcup, Kent. Julian Thompson Lived for many years in Spain. He and Emily Frances Thompson lived in 112 Salutation Road, Darlington, Co Durham, on 15 October 1937. Julian Thompson was a surveying inspector (Ministry of Sea Transport) on 20 December 1944. He witnessed the marriage of Reginald George Matthews and Margaret Emily Thompson on 23 February 1948 in Holy Trinity Parish Church, Darlington, Co Durham. Julian Thompson left a will on 1 September 1952 in 112 Salutation Road, Darlington, Co Durham. He died on 15 December 1959 in 108 Yarm Road, Darlington, Co Durham. Julian died of broncho pneumonia & senile cerebral arteriosclerosis.

Children of Julian Thompson and Emily Frances Kay

Leslie Kay Thompson

(5 November 1918 - 10 May 1996)
     Leslie Kay Thompson was a chief clerk @ estate agents in Stockton on Tees. He was born on 5 November 1918 in 10 Durham Road, Sidcup, Kent. He was the son of Julian Thompson and Emily Frances Kay. Leslie Kay Thompson lived in 112 Salutation Road, Darlington, Co Durham, on 20 December 1944. He was a stores assistant, Royal Navy (war service) on 20 December 1944. He married Jane Gregory, daughter of Thomas Gregory and Margaret Shaw, on 20 December 1944 in Stevenson Memorial Church, Glasgow, Scotland. Leslie Kay Thompson lived in 37 Belmont Avenue, Billingham, Co Durham, on 28 July 1950. He was the official informant of the death of Margaret Emily Matthews on 28 July 1950 in The Maternity Hospital, Middlesbrough. Leslie Kay Thompson was the official informant of the death of Emily Frances Thompson on 7 April 1959 in 108 Yarm Road, Darlington, Co Durham. Leslie Kay Thompson lived in 112 Salutation Road, Darlington, Co Durham, on 7 April 1959. He was the official informant of the death of Julian Thompson on 15 December 1959 in 108 Yarm Road, Darlington, Co Durham. On 13 December 1975 his wife died. Leslie Kay Thompson was the official informant of the death of Jane Thompson on 13 December 1975 in Medical Block Annex to Memorial Hospital, Darlington, Co Durham. Leslie Kay Thompson married Margaret Caldwell. Leslie Kay Thompson died on 10 May 1996 in Morris Grange Private Nursing Home, Middleton Tyas, Richmond, North Yorkshire, at age 77. Leslie died of bronchopneumonia & cerebral thrombosis.

Margaret Emily Thompson

(13 May 1914 - 28 July 1950)
     Margaret Emily Thompson was born on 13 May 1914 in 10 Durham Road, Sidcup, Kent. She was the daughter of Julian Thompson and Emily Frances Kay. Margaret Emily Thompson lived in 112 Salutation Road, Darlington, Co Durham, on 15 October 1937. She was a munition worker on 14 July 1944. She lived in 136 Garretts Green Lane, Birmingham, Warwickshire, on 31 July 1944. She witnessed the marriage of Leslie Kay Thompson and Jane Gregory on 20 December 1944 in Stevenson Memorial Church, Glasgow, Scotland. Margaret Emily Thompson lived in 112 Salutation Road, Darlington, on 20 December 1944. As of 23 February 1948 her married name was Matthews. She was a shop assistant on 23 February 1948. She married Reginald George Matthews, son of Charles Percival Matthews and Louisa Florence Poole, on 23 February 1948 in Holy Trinity Parish Church, Darlington, Co Durham. Margaret Emily Matthews lived in 13 Sidlaw Road, Billingham, Co Durham, on 28 July 1950. She died on 28 July 1950 in The Maternity Hospital, Middlesbrough, at age 36. Margaret died of acute pneumonia of virus origin.

Martha Elizabeth Thompson

(circa February 1907 - )
     Martha Elizabeth Thompson was born circa February 1907 in Darlington, Co Durham. She was the daughter of Thomas Thompson and Ethel May Lupton. Martha was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in 26 Oxford Street, Darlington, Co Durham. She was enumerated as Martha Thompson, daughter of Thomas Thompson, age 4, born in Darlington, Co Durham.

Thomas Thompson

(before 23 November 1876 - )
     Thomas Thompson was born before 23 November 1876 in Thornton Rust, Yorkshire. He was the son of Christopher Thompson. Thomas was recorded in the census of 31 March 1901 living in 18 Stephenson Street, Darlington, Co Durham. He was enumerated as Thomas Thompson, boarder with Ann Pearson, single, age 24, cabinet maker, born in Aysgarth, Yorkshire. He was a cabinet maker on 22 November 1904. He married Ethel May Lupton, daughter of Edwin Lupton and Jane Elizabeth Turner, on 22 November 1904 in Parish Church of St John, Darlington, Co Durham. Thomas was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in 26 Oxford Street, Darlington, Co Durham. He was enumerated as Thomas Thompson, head of household, age 36, married, cabinet maker, own account, born in Thornton Rust, Yorkshire.

Children of Thomas Thompson and Ethel May Lupton

William Kay Thompson

(1 August 1907 - 2 May 1916)
     William Kay Thompson was born on 1 August 1907 in Rainton House, Ormesby, Middlesbrough, Yorkshire. He was the son of Julian Thompson and Emily Frances Kay. William was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in Rainton House, Middlesbrough. He was enumerated as William Kay Thompson, son of Julian Thompson, age 3, born in Ormesby, S O, Yorkshire. He lived in 10 Durham Road, Sidcup, Kent, on 26 March 1913. William died of exhaustion from tetanus following injury to the head through an accidental fall in the garden on 23 April 1916. He died on 2 May 1916 in Sidcup Cottage Hospital, Foots Cray, Sidcup, Kent, at age 8; Inquest held 5 May 1916 - misadventure.

George Thorburn

(before 30 December 1852 - )
     George Thorburn was born before 30 December 1852. He was the son of John Thorburn. George Thorburn lived in 9 Archel Road, Fulham, Middlesex, on 29 December 1884. He Described as a widower on his marriage certificate on 29 December 1884. He was a hatter on 29 December 1884. He married Hannah Levarney Whitwell, daughter of Daniel Whitwell and Eliza Neal, on 29 December 1884 in St Andrew's Church, Fulham, Middlesex.

John Thorburn

     John Thorburn was a silversmith.

Child of John Thorburn